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Magistrates discover pressure was put on anti-graft prosecutors

Luni, 10 septembrie 2007, 0:00

Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) informs in a press release to have discovered “a certain pressure” put on the leadership of the National Anti-corruption Department (DNA), Romania's main anti-graft body, but that Justice Minister Tudor Chiuariu’s actions did not affect in any way the independence and objectiveness of DNA prosecutors.

The decision was made after a judicial inspection CSM made at the request of the DNA chief prosecutor, Daniel Morar. He requested that Justice Minister Tudor Chiuariu should be investigated for suspicions of having influenced the independence and objectiveness of DNA prosecutors.

Shortly after his appointment in office in late spring this year, Chiuariu has sparked DNA outrage as he pressed for the resignation of a reputed top anti-graft official whom he accused of not doing his job well.

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